Chris Masters Talks His WWE Releases, If He Would Go To TNA, Jeff Jarrett, Abyss, Ring Ka King
WrestlingINC.com: I find a lot of the booking for Ring Ka King actually being a lot better than a lot of stuff you are seeing right now. It is more of the basic old school style, but it works.
Masters: Oh yeah, totally, it totally did. I guess, and we had fun, great crew. Big Poppa Pump is awesome. We are hoping to do big big business in India, hopefully you know, obviously we are off to season two. You never know, maybe we'll be touring India before the end of the year.
WrestlingINC.com: And uh, with Ring Ka King, and it being a subsidiary of TNA, have you thought of going to TNA? Does that seem like an option?
Masters: Oh, I am definitely open to anything at this point in my career. I mean in terms of whether it being going to Japan, or I will be going back to Europe with NWE in April. But TNA, as far as American wrestling, that's really the only alternative. There is a lot of great talent over there and I think a lot of it will have to do with how Impact kind of takes shape over this next year, and how "their company restructuring goes," and if there is a place for me. I think I'm definitely in the peak of my career and have something to contribute and a fire lit under my ass. So I definitely know that I can bring something to the product, especially at this point. I've got that soldier's "man on a mission" mindset mentality right now. I definitely love the stage.
WrestlingINC.com: Do you have any final comments for the readers of the site?
Click here to check out part one of the interview where Masters talked about breaking into the business, his wellness violation, Triple H's controversial crack at his weight loss, wrestling Shawn Michaels and much more.
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